I am unable to sign in to hotmail or live messenger whilst using the wireless connection with our router which is a Belkin G+ mimo modem router. We can sign in to it via the same laptop when connected via a plug in connection. Any ideas?
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you have to ring belkin and they will talk you through opening the releveant ports to access x box live. If you dont have a microsoft wireless adaptor (which they say you need) you can use a hard wired connection from another computer by creating a network bridge. either way you have to open the ports on your router.
You need to first plug the DSL modem into the router. log on to the router. Configure the router byusing the user name and password as supplied by your dsl provider. once the router connects to your dsl provider, you should be able to connect your playstation to the wireless network.
what is the error message that you are getting when trying to sign in to MSN and what is your MSN version? Also, was MSN configured for dial-up internet access prior to the issue? It is possible that your msn browser is not configured to work with your new wireless connection. You may just need to set your connection settings in MSN to use your current internet connection. MSN Technical Support can give you the accurate steps in adjusting the MSN connection settings. you may reach them at www.support.msn.com
If you're connected to the router with excellent stregth then the problem most likly lies in the routers connection to the internet. Check your DSL, Cable modem and make sure the connection to the "Internet" port on your router is good. Try switching out the Ethernet cable if nessciary.